Angelina Jolie takes her daughter Vivienne backstage to meet the cast of ‘Dear Evan Hansen.’
Angelina Jolie took her 14-year-old daughter Vivienne to see “Dear Evan Hansen” in Philadelphia over the weekend, where she met the cast backstage.
For the epic Saturday outing, the actress, 47, wore a black dress and matching sunnies.
Vivienne, for her part, was all smiles while posing for photos with Anthony Norman and his co-stars in a grey crewneck and jeans.
The following day, the production’s Instagram account shared backstage photos from Jolie and Vivienne’s visit.
“Waving back at @angelinajolie and Vivianne [sic] this weekend in Philly,” the social media post read on Sunday.
Jolie has spent the month bonding with her children, from dropping off Zahara, 17, at Spelman College to taking Vivienne’s twin brother, Knox, to Universal Studios.
With ex-husband Brad Pitt, she has three children: Maddon, 21, Pax, 18, and Shiloh, 16.
The former couple divorced in 2016. Despite being declared legally single three years later, the ex-couple is still fighting for custody of their minor children.
FBI records were leaked earlier this month, detailing an infamous altercation on a private jet four days before Jolie filed for divorce from her 58-year-old “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” co-star.
According to documents obtained by Page Six, the actor allegedly accused his then-wife of “f-king up [their] family.”
According to Jolie, the “Fury” star “pushed” her and poured beer on her. The record contains photographs of her alleged bruises.
However, a friend of the actor told us Friday that the FBI has “zero chance” of reopening the investigation. The documents contain “nothing new,” according to the insider.
The FBI never charged Pitt with a crime in connection with the alleged incident, and a spokesperson for the agency told us they couldn’t comment on the matter.
Jolie revealed in a September 2021 Guardian interview that her divorce and subsequent legal proceedings have left her “broken.”
“At the end of the day,” the “Salt” star continued, “even if you and a few people you love are the only people who know the truth of your life — what you fight for, what you sacrifice, or what you’ve suffered — you come to be at peace with that, regardless of everything else going on around you.”